A day after the Liberal Party released their official campaign slogan in a new ad, the Conservative Party have also put forth their own slogan the morning of Aug. 26. It sums up their leader Andrew Scheer's platform: "It's time for you to get ahead."\nThe Conservative slogan focuses on the individual. Andrew Scheer says his plan is to "lower the cost of living and leave more money in your pockets." He emphasizes that Canadians are "so frustrated because they’re working so hard, and they’re following all the rules, but they feel like they’re falling further and further behind."\nA new Conservative government will live within its means and put more money in your pockets so you can get ahead. pic.twitter.com/J5610CINzF— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) August 26, 2019\n"It's time for you to get ahead" stands in stark contrast to the Liberal Party's call to "Choose forward." In their ad, released on Aug. 25, Justin Trudeau calls out Conservatives on their opposition to taxing the wealthiest one percent in Canada and the Canada Child Benefit. He emphasizes that Canadians have a choice: "Keep moving forward and build on the progress we’ve made, or go back to the politics of the Harper years."\nThe Conservatives' ad has garnered plenty of reactions on Twitter, but one running theme seems to keep coming up. The Conservative platform reminds people of another Canadian politician who wanted to trim the fat and do away with excess spending: Doug Ford.\nThe comparison has not exactly been positive. People have called to mind Ford's provincial education and healthcare cuts, in particular, to highlight what they think Scheer will have in store for Canadians at the federal level. They have also unfavorably compared Scheer to current Alberta Premier, Jason Kenney.\nWhat is your plan #WeakAndy ? Same as Kenney's and Ford's? Trickle down tax cuts for the rich and austerity for the rest of us?I don't trust you— Mr.Bee (@davebee1234) August 26, 2019\nShould read: "A new Conservative government will hurt the poor and vulnerable most, while putting more money in rich Canadians pockets. Just look to @fordnation and @jkenney to see our plan in action."#cdnpoli #onpoli#abpoli #ClimateEmergency— G Mcthink (@redsnoopy69) August 26, 2019\nAnd the specifics of how this will be accomplished are what. #Kenney and #Ford made similar claims but it’s turned out to the old cut education, health, environmental services for money in the pockets of the well off and corporate polluters #cdnpoki #elxn43— ltmcdies 🇨🇦🥂 (@ltmcdies) August 26, 2019\nDoug Ford and Jason Kenney have disproved this lie. They're outspending their "socialist" predecessors and gutting every department in government. They're a drag on Canada's economy, and you would be too.— #InformedDissent (@PeebsY0) August 26, 2019\n“My friends, together, with your help, we can screw over the lower and middle class, make life easier for the rich, and once and for all put the power back in the hands of the business elite where it belongs!” pic.twitter.com/t8YHyyE6l9— Chris Forde (@Forde_Chris1) August 26, 2019\nThis is what Doug Ford said too. And people from Ontario are already feeling the pain— Dorkus Maximus (@mp256) August 26, 2019\n#ScheerHomophobia #ScheerDesperation #ScheerLies #ScheerStupidity pic.twitter.com/g61nYVQDHy— Sergio Calderon (@sergiocalderon) August 26, 2019\nOne industrious Twitter user took it upon themselves to "fix" the Conservative ad and slogan.\nThere, I fixed it for you! #ScheerDesperation #ScheerCuts #ScheerPrivatization #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/q6HsKdFSoK— Memeditorialist (@ajhtweeting) August 26, 2019\nIn spite of all the criticism for both his platform and his past remarks regarding gay marriage, Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives have held onto a slight lead, according to the CBC poll tracker.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.